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Fall 2012 Series

CHD Interdisciplinary Developmental (iDEV) Talks

Day/Time: Fridays, 11am to noon
AP&M 4301

Investigators are invited to present recent findings, give practice talks, and/or conduct brainstorming sessions that would be of interest to the developmental community. The goal of the series is to provide a forum for researchers to share what they are currently working on and ultimately to identify possible future collaborative opportunities with others within or outside the group.  

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Date Speakers Presentation Titles
10/12/2012 Natacha Akshoomoff
UCSD Department of Psychiatry
PING, PLING, and more: Assessment tools for developmental research
10/19/2012 Frank Haist
UCSD Department of Psychiatry 
Developmental cognitive neuroscience: From social cognition of faces to the effects of premature birth
10/26/2012 Leslie Carver
UCSD Department of Psychology 
Effects of experience on long-term memory development in infancy: Brain and behavioral measures
11/02/2012 Gail Heyman
UCSD Department of Psychology 
Social evaluation and development
11/09/2012 Arielle Borovsky
Center for Research in Language
Individual and developmental differences in online sentence comprehension
11/16/2012 Terry Jernigan
UCSD Department of Cognitive Science 
Neurobehavioral contributors to math failure: A reward-based learning framework
11/23/2012 Thanksgiving Holiday No talk this week
11/30/2012 John Iversen
UCSD Institute for Neural Computation
The SIMPHONY project: Studying the Influence Music Practice Has On Neurodevelopment in Youth